College of Charleston Invitational


Saturday, November 10:

18 Teams from all around the country and Caribbean cane together for the C of C Invitational. 10 races in outstanding conditions on Saturday starting out as a Northerly with 10 + knots. Racing was held right in front of the historic USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier. PRO and C of C Team Captain Carter Cameron was able to get the daily max 10 races per fleet in so that sailors and families could explore Historic Charleston or just rest from a long day of sailing. C of C Sailing Team, defending National Champs handled all the on and off the water duties.

Sunday, November 11:

Day 2 started with great conditions again and RC hoped to sail 8 races per fleet. Great racing continued throughout the morning, but eventually the heavy current surpassed the breeze making the course unsailable. We were able to get in 6 races per fleet for a nice total of 16 races per fleet over the course of the weekend. Sailors were off the water around 1 and had plenty of time to prep for travel to their respective cities all around the country and Caribbean. The CofC sailing team and Association really enjoyed hosting another successful event and looks forward to the 2019 CofC Invitational. Big congrats to a well fought win for the Ransom Everglades team who swapped the lead throughout the event with Antilles and Good Hope Country Day School.

Score summary

1Ransom EvergladesRaiders5249101
2Good Hope County DayPanthers6060120
4Myers ParkMustangs8455139
5Bethesda - Chevy ChaBattlin' Baron118120238
6Saint Thomas AquinasRaiders158101259
7Pine Lake PrepVarsity130137267
8Latin  of ChicagoRomans136145281
9Bishop Kenny FLBishop Kenny149161310
11Bishop O'Connell H.SKnights155175330
12Walter Payton CollegGrizzlies146189335
13WandoWando Warriors134202336
15James Island CharterVarsity223212435
16South ForkSF BULLDOGS221233454
17Academic MagnetRaptors A278232510
18Bishop EnglandBishops276279555

Score history

The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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